The Journey with Ron Moore

Let us remember that every act of service is significant to God.

The god of deism is passive and impersonal. Thankfully, this is not the God of Scripture.

Because of Jesus, God loves His children with the same unconditional love. Even when we wander, He will not leave us.

What is the greatest act a “man’s man” can perform? Today, Ron Moore shares it through the testimony of his special guest…a former Muslim.

In today’s gender-confused culture how can men recapture their God-designed roles and purpose?  What does a man, made in God’s image, look like and how does he act? Those are the questions begun in today’s podcast. Ron Moore and a special guest embark on a quest to rediscover “biblical manhood.”

Today’s passage issues a strong warning. Sin always brings consequences.

There is much discussion about God hardening Pharaoh’s heart. But think about it. This was a tremendous act of God’s grace. God simply kept the pagan king doing what his heart was already bent on doing – opposing the work of God. The multiple plagues showed the Israelites that God was to be feared and followed.

Just hearing the names Abraham & Isaac together summons images of the greatest act of faith in Abraham’s, and perhaps anyone’s, life. On today’s program, Ron Moore outlines the heart of that faith-act. Listen so you can imitate the extent of Abraham’s belief in the trustworthiness of God.

Love doesn’t stop with this supreme act of Jesus. Those He died for are to love each other as He has loved us. We are to lay down our lives for another person if need be. Jesus’ great sacrifice calls for us to demonstrate great love. Love is costly. Long before a sacrificial death, love must be shown with a sacrificial life.

Matthew 9:20-22 Just then a woman who had been subject to bleeding for twelve years came up behind him and touched the edge of his cloak. She said to herself, “If I only touch his cloak, I will be healed.” Jesus turned and saw her. “Take heart, daughter,” he said,… Continue Reading…

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